DOLLARDE (an Analysis ToolPak function) allows you to convert a fractional dollar amount to a decimal amount. You can use this function to convert the price of a security, typically represented as a fractional amount, to a decimal amount that can be used for other calculations

**Syntax**:= DOLLARDE(fractional_dollar, fraction)

The DOLLARDE function syntax has the following arguments:

**Fractional_dollar**Required. A number expressed as an integer part and a fraction part, separated by a decimal symbol.-
**Fraction**Required. The integer to use in the denominator of the fraction.

**Example**: Let’s look at some Excel DOLLARDE function examples and explore how to use the DOLLARDE function as a worksheet function in Microsoft Excel:

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A2,B2)

**Result**:

Based on the Excel spreadsheet above, the following DOLLARDE examples would return:

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A3,B3)**Result**: 2.25

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A4,B4)**Result**: 101.5625

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A5,B5)**Result**: 1.15625

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A6,B6)**Result**: 1.1875

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A7,B7)**Result**: 1.3125

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A8,B8)**Result**: 1.09375

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A9,B9)**Result**: 1.34375

**Syntax**: =DOLLARDE(A10,B10)**Result**: 1.375

**Note**:

- If the supplied fraction argument is < 0,#NUM! error will occur.
- If the supplied fraction argument = 0,#DIV/0! error will occur.
- If either of the supplied arguments is non-numeric,#VALUE! error will occur.
- If fraction is not an integer, it is truncated